Grampy’s Day Out #FridayFictioneers #FlashFiction

Grandma Sarah fondly known as Grampy is on the moon today.She is all set to make that maiden solo trip at the age of 65.As she ticks off her checklist,she suddenly realises she has no comfy canvas shoes with her. The family starts suggesting buying a pair, borrowing it from Mary,Lina or someone else. The… Continue reading Grampy’s Day Out #FridayFictioneers #FlashFiction

Envy #FFFAW #FlashFiction

Little Riya looked at the skyscraper in awe. Bright lights shone in every window. A picture perfect life of those living in the cosy homes with lots of good food, life’s comforts, those picturesque family holidays, good clothes- they had everything. She yearned to taste this high life, for a day atleast. Alas, wishes dint… Continue reading Envy #FFFAW #FlashFiction

The Connection #FridayFotoFiction

Looking at them will leave one perplexed.There was nothing in common.A older Muslim man and a young Christian lad.They were as different as chalk and cheese-and yet they were often seen together.The old man lovingly held the younger man’s hand,his eyes spoke a thousand words- love,pain,gratitude. The guy is a Christian-what business do you have… Continue reading The Connection #FridayFotoFiction

Homecoming #FridayFictioneers

Aryan was overjoyed,after a hiatus of 10 years,he was coming back home.A small sleepy town,cut off from civilization is where his roots were.He was born and raised here,but knew his dreams lay in greener pastures. He secured a scholarship and moved abroad.Today he was coming back home as a rich, famous man.The town was as… Continue reading Homecoming #FridayFictioneers

I shall rise #FFFAW #FlashFiction

Niharika thy name is grace and beauty. The newspapers were full of praise for India’s top   classical dancer. Niki as she was called, was passionate about her art. It was combination of luck and determination which led to her meteoric rise. The fall was sudden and plunged her into the depths of darkness. A… Continue reading I shall rise #FFFAW #FlashFiction

The last wish #FFFAW Challenge #FlashFiction

Something sinister had started to occur in the small town of Minosea.One day a rather odd statue appeared in the heart of the city at Columbus Square.Something like a broken egg pierced by an arrow and what looked like real blood oozed out.It appeared all of a sudden, no had a clue who had placed… Continue reading The last wish #FFFAW Challenge #FlashFiction

Aaji #FridayFotoFiction

I saw her in the park every day, a lady in her mid 60’s everyone called her “Aaji”. A crisp cotton saree, hair neatly tied and a book in her hand. An English magazine like Women’s Era or Femina or a heavy duty novel like Ayn Rand. She buried her head in the book and… Continue reading Aaji #FridayFotoFiction